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Resurrection Z 

An encounter with a seeming utopian enclave and a religious cult results in a series game changer.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Warren
... Citizen Z
... Mack
... Murphy
... Addy
... Doc
... Cassandra
... 10K
... Garnett
... Major Williams
... Jacob
Janice Dashiell ... Cutsy
J. Woodward Palmer ... Jameson
... Brother Eli
... Patrick


In Province town, the survivors have difficulties to find supplies and are starving. Garnett decides to stop at a compound kept by his friend Major Williams. He welcomes the survivors and explains that the only condition is to leave their weapons at the front cabin since the place is absolutely safe, actually a self-sustained Utopian sanctuary. They accept the condition and are admitted in the place. At the same time, three persons that joined the Church of the fanatic and insane Jacob are re-admitted in the compound. While the group is eating, Warren and Garnett have sex in a private room. Out of the blue, the three readmitted persons commit suicide in strategic places and turn into zombies, biting the others and multiplying the number of the zombies. Without protection, the residents turn into zombies but the survivors succeed to escape with the help of 10K and Cassandra. However they are captured by Jacob that offers two options: to join his flock or turn into zombies. What will ... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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17 October 2014 (USA)  »

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After leaving the room when they meet with the commander there is a sweat patch on the front of Warrens shirt that appears and disappears. See more »


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8 February 2016 | by See all my reviews

Like the previous episode, this one deals with the ramifications of a survivor society. But while that episode considered the ongoing emotional trauma of the survivors, this one considers the destruction that can be caused not by the monsters, but by the humans with tunnel vision.

The episode is exciting, tragic, and surprising. It also functions as a pretty good critique of the destructive power of religion in society, although that probably wasn't the author's intent.

It's also an episode that lets you know; this series is willing to break some very important eggs to make their omelet.

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